Mission 21: students crashed stereotypes blogging, tweeting from Poland

July 2, 2011 by · 2 Comments 

Mission 21: Students from City University London came to Poland to test it before Euro 201221 journalism students from City University London went to Poland and saw things they had not expected to see. Poles followed their expedition closely in social and traditional media and they were surprised as well. The editors of Gazeta Wyborcza could not believe they had not got any e-mails or letters. There was a mission of surprises. Read more

What’s next for new media training?

October 8, 2010 by · 2 Comments 

During the last day of the World Editors Forum in Hamburg, one of the sessions tried to answer the question whether the money on trainings for journalists is being spent well. Howard Finberg (Poynter Institute),
Joyce Barnathan (International Center for Journalists – ICFJ), and Tarek Atia (Media Development Programme, Egypt) shared their experience and gave some advice to news publishers. Read more

How to break away from the “he said yesterday” journalism?

October 7, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

How can editors-in-chief adapt to the major shift which is the “he said yesterday” journalism? A discussion with Sylvie Kauffmann (Editor-in-Chief, Le Monde, France),  Abdel-Moniem Said (Chairman of the Board, Al-Ahram group, Egypt), Jeff Reifman ( Founder, NewsCloud, USA), and Francisco Amaral (Director, Cases I Associats, Spain) took place during the 2010 World Editors Forum in Hamburg. Read more

New York Times is ready for paywall launch

October 7, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Janet RobinsonThe second day of the World Editors Forum conference in Hamburg began with a keynote speech made by Janet Robinson, the CEO of the New York Times. New York Times is planning to introduce the paid-for-online-content business model beginning January 2011. Read more

New ways to finance quality journalism

October 6, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

During the World Editors Forum in Hamburg, the other face of content monetization was discussed. John Yemma (Editor-in-Chief, Christian Science Monitor, USA), Olav Bergo (Editorial advisor, A-pressen, Norway), and David Cohn (Founder,, and Knight News Challenge winner, USA) spoke about new ways to finance quality journalism Read more

Editors are optimistic towards the future (Newsroom Barometer)

October 6, 2010 by · 2 Comments 

Eric HazanEric Hazan from McKinsey & Company, spoke during the World Editors Forum in Hamburg about editors-in-chief foresee the future of their job and how journalism will evolve in the upcoming years. Read more

Accidental journalism: lessons for newsmedia

September 27, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

President dies in a plane crash. Flood hits the country. When news breaks, it’s a moment of truth for all newsmedia — run by professional journalists with a legacy and those amateurs turned into accidental reporters. Read more

Photography in the age of tablets

August 8, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Time magazine's iPad app: photo essayTwo editors went to Arles in France not only to watch pictures at the famous photography festival, but also to talk with the world’s best photographers about their pictures. Read more

Are iPad and tablet devices a revolution for the publishing industry?

May 9, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Juan Antonio Giner of Innovation On May 18th in Oxford, during the INMA’s and Innovation Media Group’s tablet summit, Juan Antonio Giner will present his view on what do the tablets mean for newspapers and how those digital platforms will influence the publishing market. Just a week before the conference, Juan Giner agreed to answer some questions for Forum4Editors. Read more

iPad as a second life for newspapers and magazines

May 9, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

TabletSummitThe launch of the iPad is a milestone in the digital publishing era. Everybody talks about tablets nowadays. What is most important to us is how this gadget will affect the newspapers business, and how publishers can monetize it. Has this question crossed your mind as well? Make sure you will attend the Oxford Tablet Summit next week. Read more

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